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.NY MICHIGAN ATHLETES
WILL COMPETE FOR PLACES
Vith the arrival of the Illinois Ath-
c club contingent tonight more
n 300 of the sections foremost
letes will begin to arrive in Ann
>or in preparation for the Olympics
outs, Friday and Saturday after-
in on Ferry field.
'he meet will undoubtedly be the
st important track and field carni-
in the history of Michigan athlet-
The winners of the events in
Ferry Field clash will be sent to
finals next month at Boston,
'he I. A. C. and the Chicago A. C.
e entered strong teams in the
et, and a number of men from the
at University of Illinois tteanwill
o compete. The two clubs together
1 bring to Ferry Field the cream of
organizedW estern track teams.
.r entry lists include Joie Ray,
V Buker, Ray Watson, Emil Krogh,
l Anderson, Ivan Riley, Harold
.orne, Emerson Norton, Ed
>wick, Gus Pope, Tom Leip,'
ding Hagen, Dewey Alberts, Earl
rs, and Basil Bennett all of whom
nationally known.
Illlni Entered
yres, Evans, Kinsey, Johnson, Hall,
Keever, Brownell, Wallace, Angier,
Schildauer are the probable en-
s from Coach Gill's Illin squad..
ost of the other Conference schools
are in the district will send men
he tryouts, and the pick of the Big
will be in competition. Besides
larger universities, the small col-
s throughout the section have sig-
ed their intention of entering com-

FRIDAY
10,000 meter walk finals ....1:15 p.m.
Decathlon-100 meters .....2:00
Decathlon-broad jump ....2:00
100m nitOAI u -trials ....2:10
Decatlon-shot ut ....2:10
110.meters huitdbas-trials ..2:15
Javelin throw-finals ......2:15
400 meter hurdles-trials ...2:30
Decathlon-high jump-
finals ...................2:30
Decathlon-discus-fiils . .2:45
10,000 meter cross country..2:45
4&0 meter run-trials.......3:00
Decathlon-pole vault.....3:00
Decathlon-400 meters .....3:15
Decathlon-javelin .........3:15 1
Hammer throw ............3:30
Decathlon-high hurdles ...3:30
3,000 meter run-finals .....3:45
800 ,meter run-trials ......3:55
200 meter run-trials ......4:10
Decathlon-1.500 meters.....4:25

COL6GATE HERE FOR
NET MEE[TTODAY
Easterniers fHave Baten Strong Yale
Tern Earlier In
Year
VARSITY WILL BE AT FULL
STRENGTH FOR HARD MATCHI
Represented by a formidable group
of racquet wielders, Colgate will
swing into action against Michigan's
tennis aggregation at 4 o'clock this
afternoon on the Ferry field courts
in what promises to be a fast and hard
court dual.
Colgate's netmen have taken the
measure of several of the best tennis
outfits in the East, among them the
powerful Yale squad, and they come
to Ann Arbor determined to carry
home a first victory over the Wolver-
ine representation. Michigan has not
met Colgate in any sport for a great
many years, both teams will attemptl
to renew relations with a victory.
Mihhigan will present its best front
in grossing racquets with the Eastern
team. Headed by Captain Rorich', who
will play the first match, the team will
line up as in most of the previous
matches of the season, with Ernie
Brick holding the second position,
Hodgman playing number three. Crane
in fourth 'place and Vose taking care
of the fifth match.
There is some uncertainty as to the
personnal of the doubles teams but
in all probability the coaches will sel-
ect the same teams that have been so
successful in former matches and with
this in view Rorich will probably team
with Brick while the other team will
be selected from Hodgman, Crane, and
Vose.
Baseball Results

FROSH JAVELIN T IROWEI
MAKES MARK FOR YEAR
Phil Northrup, freshman jay-'
elin thrower, broke all field rec-,
ords for the year in the event
( yesterday afternoon in practice
when he cast the spear 189 feet
11 inches. In five previous tries
he made better than 180 feet on
( every throw. Northrup will be
entered in the Olympic tryouts
this week end.
MA T PRGSPECTS
BRIGKT FOR 19251

Michigan's Freshman track squad
will finish its season this afternoon
when th'e entire squad gathers at
Ferry field for the taking of the team,
picture.
Coach Hoyt is well pleased with
the work of his charge3 throughout
the season andl he says that never in
his coaching experience has he ever'
handled a group of more capable
tracksters. In comparison with oth-
er Michigan, yearling cinder squads the
1927 outfit stands high and probably

long; Sterling a nian, who witha
little tuning should get down to even
time, and Covington and Parker both
fast men who can be depended upon
to put up good exhibitions. The high!
jump will have as prominent contend-j
ers for Varsity honors Weekes and
Roth, the former having done 6 feet!
1 inch and the latter 6 feet 1-2 inch.
Northrup has starred all season in the
field events broad-jumping 22 feet
10 1-2 inches. and throwing the jav-
elin more than 180 feet, besides runn-

Yearling Tracksters Ready
For Michigan Varsity

cus thrower, and Schravesand a ja-
elin thrower.
Squad Coach Hoyt has made his final se
ections of numeral men and the f<
lowing have been awarded their cla
emblems: Baker, Briggs, Baxter, Co

l-Tar., HegteL, ,.."Ih11/G1r Thimilh
Huff, Hung, Huebler, Koplin, Le
sky, Likert, Lasser, Lovette, Mi
Munz, MacCraffee, Madson, No:
Olheiser, Parker, Prout, Pfluke
Sterling, Stuart, Sabin, Schrav
Voelker, Walsh, Walk, Weekes,F

Roth,
vesand,
Phelps.

ington, Douglas, Gibbs, Harbaug
Hart, Hester, Hornberger, Harmlt

Candidates From Freshman
Promise to Force
Veterans

Squad1

SATURDAY
10,000 meters run-finals...1:30
100 meters run-semi-flanls..2:00
Pentathlon-broad jump ....2:00
110 meter hurdles-semi-
finals. ...... ..... .2:10
Pole'vault-finals.........2:10
1,500 meter run--finals ... .2:25"
Broad jump-finals......2:25
400 meter run--finals...2::40:
Pentathlon-javelin-finals .2:40
100 meter run-finals ......2:50
High juInp-finals,........t2:50
400' meter hurdles-finals.. .3:00
Discus-finals............3:00
Pentathlon-200 meters. 3:10
Shot put-finals. .......3:10
800 meter run-finals......3:20
Pentathlon-discus.........3:20
200 meter run-semi-finals..3:30:
Hop, step and jump ........3:30
5,000 meter run--finals .....3:40
110 meter hurdles-finals ..3:55
200 meter run-finals ......4:15
Pentathlon-1,500 meters ..4:25
3,000 meter steeple chase...4:30
VARSITYTEAMS TQ,
LOSE.1'-2.3,.MEIMB0'R.5

,oach Steve Farrell has entered
>bard, Hattendorf, Reinke, Smith
LBrooker from Michigan's Varsity'
m. Egbert Isbell, last year's Con-
nee two mile champion and a
nber of the Michigan will try out
he 3,000 metre event. Hattendorf
IReinke will run the 800 metres,
le Snith will enter the high jump,
>bard the broad jump' aid hop'
p and jump, and Brooker the polel
It. Coach Charlie Hoyt will senj
era) of his freshman stars into the
t. Stuart and Munz in the weights
chiusky, Hester and Covington in
dashes; and Northrup in the field
nts' are the most likely yearling
ries. Weeks and Roth may also
er the high jump.
p until a few days ago it 'was!
considered likely that Michigan'sI
igible and freshmen runners would
e a good chance of placing high up]
the tryouts but with the arrival)
ood track weather the Wolverines
es have received, a great boost.
t Isbell, two mile runner who has
n off the Michigan track squad
e last year and who has been in
ning for the past four months, has
wn flashes of his old form and may
a winner in his event.
Freshmen May Place
'e performances of the freshmen
e also been promising. Vick Les-
sky rari the two-twenty in :21.
Monday and if he can keep his
e will be favored to take one of the
t places in the 200 metres. Phil'
thrup will also be a likely place
ner in the javelin throw. Roth
Weeks may place in the high
p. During the past week both of
freshmen have been clearing 6
1 inch. Stuart and Munz will
e to be going well to place in the
ghts.
he Varsity squad will have a good
ice of placing several men in spite
.he powerful field against which;
- will compete. DeHart Hubbard
n almost sure winner in the broad
p and the hop step and jump in
i of which he has been A. A. U.
npion, Ray Smith' may place in the
jump; and Jim Brooker is expect-
o place in the pole vault. Cap-,
Hattendorf and Charlie Reinke
ild both do well in the half mile

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland'5, Chicago 0.
Cleveland 6, Chicago 13.
Detroit,4, St. Louis 3.
Detroit 0, St. Louis 7.
Philadelphia 2, Boston 1.
Philadelphia 0, Boston 1.

Basketba1ll Hardest Hit of All
Four Men iue to Receive
Diplomhas.

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New York 7, Washington
New York 1, Washington1

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6.

FIVE TWO-LETTER MEN AMONG
NE-irERS OF SE.NI011 CLASS,
Twenty-three letter men will re-
ceive thelr diplomimas .on June 16.
Of all the sports, basketball is hit
the hardest, losing four men. Foot-
ball is also hit hard losing two All-
Americans and several good Varsity
ien of last season.
The 23 men represent the loss of
29 letter men to different sports. Five'
men of the present class won letters
in two branches of sport, Kipke won
letters in three sports. The two let-E
ter men are Blott and Uteritz with
letters in football and baseball; Cap-
pon and Henderson in football and
basketball, and Neisch in football and
track. Football loses seve letter
men, track six, basketball. x, ease-
ball three, hockey three, golf two. and
tennis two.
The football men are Blott, Curran,
Cappon, Henderson, Kipke, Neisch and
Utseritz. Track loses Arndt, Gol wat-
er, Hattendorf, Hunter, Neisch and
Rearick. Basketball has seen .the last
of Cappon, Deng, Ely, Henderson,.
Kipke and McWood. Baseball- loses
Blott, Kipke and Uteritz. Tennis will
see the. last of Captain. Rorich and
Charles Merkel, of last year's team.
Golf bids goodbye to Captain Smith
and. Crosby. Anderson,,.Bresford and
Kahn have hit their last puck for
Michigan.
Fifteen of the graduates take their
degrees in the literary college, three
in medicine, two in dentistry, two in
engineering, while Henderson is the!
first letter men to take a degree from
the newly established School of Edu-
cation.
CORNELL NINE L
PLAYOHIO, SATURDLYi
OSBORNE, NOW I. A. C. JIUflPER,
CLEARS BAR AT 6 FEET,
8 14 INCHES
Urbana, Ill., May 28-Harrod M.
Osborne, former Univeisity of Illinois
athlete, at present a member of the
Illinois Athletic club, yesterday broke
the world's high jump record in pre-
liminary Olympic trials held by Illin-
ois athletes therei s
His leap of, 6 feet, 8& 1-4. inches su-
percedes a mark at 6 feet 7 5-16 in-
ches set by Ed Leeson, of the Olympic
club of San Francisco, on July 2, 1914.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 9, Pittsburg 6.
Philadelphia 4, Boston 1.
St. Louis 6, Cincinnati '0.
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 5.
New 'ork 6, Brooklyn 5.
New York 4, Brooklyn 2.
AlERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS
Boston .......................625
New York ...................625
Detroit. ..................528
St. Louis ........... ........515
Washington ........%.........417
Cleveland ................,438
Chicago ......................438
Philadelphia .................375

YEARLINGS WIN J)ETROIT
TRYOUTS FOR OLYMPICS
With plenty of new material and
seven experienced men of this year's
squad available for competion, Michi-
gan's prospects for next season's
wrestling team look very promising.
This year's team made a fair show-
ing considering the amount of mater-
ial Coach Barlfer had to mould a team
with. The schedule that was taken on
by Coach Barker was an extremely
difficult one for a green team to
handle, and the strongest teams in the
conference were met.
Win Olympic Tryouts
The outlook for ne:t season was
greatly brightened when all the first
places in the Olympic tryouts, rec-
ently held in Detroit, were taken,'by
men from the freshmen squad. Ow-
ing to the lack of funds, only one of
these men, Phillips, was sent to New
York City.
Baker and Davis, two likely fresh-
men, are expected to fill the vacancy
left by Defoe, this year's varsity 115
pounder, .who will be lost to the team
by graduation.
In the 125 pound class, Ralph Doty,
a veteran on the squad, will be sup-
ported-by Lifschitz, Harris and Simp'-
son, three freshmen who are expected
to develop.
Vets Will Be Pressed
The 136 poujnd class will be well
taken care of by Gillard, Toenpfer,and
Phillips, who is now representing
Michigan in tlh Olympic tryouts being
held in New York City.
Charter, Cranage, and Williams, all.
from the freshmen squad are all good
men capable of pressing the veteran
Rose for his position in the 145 pound
class. Th'e welterweight division will
be filled by Donohue, Sinclair, Pres-
ton, and Herrstien, a member of this
year's varsity squad.
In the 17:5' pound class and the
heayvweight division Greiling, Rat-
liff, and Madsen should force Palmer
and Marion, two experienced men to
their limit.
There is considerable joy in the
ranks of the Pittsburg Pirates over
the improvement in the condition of
Carson Bigbee, demon leftfielder.
Bigbee was bothered all last sea-
son with a sinus affliction which
bothered his breathing. His tonsils
gave him trouble, too. During the
winter he underwent two operations
to eliminate both ailments. He re-
ported shortly afterward that the op-
erations were successful and now after
the weeks of intensive training in the I
south is sure that the ailments will
not return.
His left leg, injured late in the cam-
paign, has also stood the test.

Have Your Sunday
Morning Brea kfast

never before in the history of Fresh- ing a good 100 and getting good height
man track at Michigan has the first- in the pole valut.
year class been represented by such Weight Men d lentifuj
a galaxy of stars. The team has been The yearling squad sho}ws promise
well fortified in every department and of filling the gap in the ranks of Var-
it is due to this fact, so. unusual with sity weight men by contributing John-
Freshman track outfits, that the Wol- nie Stuart who has heaved the ball
verine yearlings have been able to 1 46 feet, and hurled the hammer 136
come through the season with four feet 10 inches; Mqunz, who has put the
easy victories and no defeats. shot 43 feet 10 1-2 inchles and thrown
Beat Illni Twice the discus 126 feet; Hamilton a man
Starting their first actual outside who has thrown the hammer 123 feet;
competition with a telegraphic indoor Lovette, a 43 feet shot putter and a
meet against the Illinois Freshmen, promising javelin thrower. The
Hoyt's proteges romped off with an broad jump will have Voelker, Cov-
easy win, scoring most of the first ington, and Northrup, all of whom
honors and keeping well up in the hhave gone over 22 feet. The former is
running with seconds and thirds. a hurdler of promise as arI Lasser,
Eager for revenge the Sucker year- who has topped the lows in 25 4-5,
lings asked for an outdoor meet with and Walk a high hurdler who has neg-
the Wolverine first-year squad and otiated the 120 yard barrier race iny
again Hoyt's charges showed their 15 3-5.
heels to the Illini squad by crashing I Jung, who has run the distance un-
th'rough for a 79 2-3 to a 60 1-3 win. der 4:30 and Hornberger who has
In a triple meet against the Iowa and done almost as well, are the most
Ohio State, yearlings, the Michigan 1 prominent prospects for the mile run
Freshmen again forcefully displayed while Baker and Briggs, both 10:05
their superiority by jogging through men are the most likely looking two
for 93 points as against the 38 1-2 milers. Among the 440 men who
points for Iowa and 8 1-2 for Ohio. I show possible Varsity form are Olheis-r
A careful perusal of the roster of er a 51 flat man.and Douglas who has
the yearling squad shows numerous turned in several excellent times for
prospects for Steve Farrell's Varsity the run. In the 880 event Steve will
squad next season. No entering class 'have Walsh, Hart, and Pfluke, fronm
has ever brought to the fore such a the yearling squad to work with, while
display of sprinting talent as this first in the pole vault a new recruit will beI
year class. Led by Leschinsky, who Prout who has done 11 feet 6 inches.
has done 10 flat for the 100 and 21' Numerals Awarded
1-5 for the 220, the yearling squad will Among the oth'er good men who will
contribute to the sprinting strength undoubtedly be strong contenders for
of next year's Varsity such speedsters Varsity berths next year are Koplin
as Hester, former scholastic sprint a promising 440 man, Huebler, a high
champion who has done under 10 for jumper, Sabin, a weight man, Likert a
the century and 21 7-10 for the fur- middle distance runner, Madson, a dis-

The fraternity baseball champion-
ship will be played off between Al-
pha Sigma Phi and Phi Lambda Kap-
pa this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
The Independent baseball champion-
ship will be played by the winner of
the Yankee-Giant game and Wolfson's
Warriors at 3:15 o'clock this after-
noon.
Fraternity tennis should be played
off immediately.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Classified-Con't.
MISCELLANEOUS
BIG BARGAIN in Shrubs, Roses, and
Vines this week. We must move all
stock in our nursery. Prices half
or less.
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington & Fifth
COLLEGE GROCERY, 516 E. Williams
open Sundays, Holidays, and Even-
Ings.
CALL AT PARLOR millinery for fine
millinery. Also Teckla under mus-
lin which must be seen to be ap-
preciated. Mrs. Chas. Barrows, 331
Packard.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STU'DENTS
I am paying the best prices, from 3
to $10 for suits call 1677-W, or bring
them to 203' N. Main St. D. Mordsky.
Supernuous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
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ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1167-R.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
New York................611
Chicago...................564
Boston.................516
Cincinnati ...................514
Brooklyn.................500
St. Louis........472
Pittsburg.................457
Philadelphip..............355
Bloomington, Ind., May 28.-A ninth
inning rally netting two runs gave
Indiana university a 6 to 5 victory
over the Meiji university of Japan
baseball team yesterday. Gause struck
out nine of the Japanese.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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GAME TIME CHANGED
the Michigan-Wisconsin base-
ne will be played at 3:30 o'-
ck Satarday afternoon in-
ad of 2:30, o'clock as was
viousey announced in order
t students having examina-
ns Saturday afternoon may
e'nd.
'ersons attending the Olymn-
tryouts will enter through
main gate only. Those at-
ding the ball game will.en-
through the gate south of
field house. Coupons will
accepted for admission to the
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